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TABLE OF CONTENTS
e Facets of Life at
Life at Oglethorpe University is
very much like a diamond. It is full of
sparkling facets that add a beauty and
rarity that we will be able to treasure
forever. Oglethorpe's location in At-
lanta, our dignified and stately cam-
pus, a wide array of student activities,
interesting and practical classes, and
creative and friendly people are all
facets that join together to make Og-
lethorpe an experience that is rare
and memorable. Our location in At-
lanta, a radiant center of culture, op-
portunity, and fun, is one of the spe-
cial facets that makes Oglethorpe a
valuable place. Our ever-changing
campus also reflects a facet of life that
spans from stately study halls to mod-
ern chemistry labs. The activities at
O.U. are as varied as the people who
participate in them. Be it a drafthouse
or a faculty-student softball game,
there is always something happening.
The classes add another special facet
to our University life, satisfying the
creative, the scientific, and the practi-
cal. Oglethorpe people are also a bril-
liant facet, being a special and outgo-
ing set of individuals who are making
the best of their Oglethorpe years. All
of these things and many other facets
make Oglethorpe University the
unique place that we know it to be.
Is it the Atlanta area?
.o linportant in the Oglethorpe students
hfe because there one can find a job, recreation,
sports, food, and entertainment. Atlanta is one of
the fastest growing cities with more and more to
offer each year.
The Varsity, which is known as the world's larg-
est drive-in, is located near Georgia Tech. At The
Varsity a student is able to choose from a wide
variety of fast food items ranging from hot dogs to
their famous frosted orange. The Varsity is a popu-
lar place to go after a late night of studying or a day
in the city.
Tower Place 6 is one of the many theaters located
near the Oglethorpe campus. Tower Place is located
near Lenox Square, a popular shopping mall for the
students. Theaters are also located at Phipps Plaza
and Perimeter Mall. Although movie prices are
around $4.00 this year, movies are still a popular
form of entertainment. Another popular form of
entertainment for students is attending the profes-
sional sports games. The Atlanta Fulton County
Stadium is the home of the Braves and Falcons.
Upon arrival in Atlanta one of the first things a
person notices is the Peachtree Plaza Hotel. The
trip on the glass enclosed elevator up seventy-two
stories gives one an exhilarating view of Atlanta.
As one can see, Atlanta has a lot to offer the
Oglethorpe student. No one could find themselves
bored in Atlanta because there are so many things
waiting for you to become involved in.
Is it the campus?
Styled principally in neo-Gothic ar-
chitecture and modeled after Corpus
Christi College in England, the Og-
lethorpe campus is one of outstanding
beauty and dignity. From the carillon
bells above Lupton Hall to the stately
classroom buildings of Hearst and
Faith, and echoing across the quad to-
ward Lowry Library, Oglethorpe rings
Aesthetically combining both old
and new. Borough Fieldhouse, with
its quality athletic facilities and Em-
erson Student Center, with its mod-
n, exposed-beam architecture were
added to the campus to compliment a
growing university, adapting to the
needs of its students and their con-
tinuing search for excellence.
Always changing, renovations are
constantly undertaken as plans to re-
model and refurnish the five men's
and two women's dormitories are in
progress. Goslin Hall, the newest
building on campus, houses the grow-
ing science and math programs, pro-
viding both laboratory and classroom
space to those in pursuit of higher
All in all, the campus is both func-
tional and attractive. Once you pass
through the Gothic gatehouse by Her-
mance Stadium, however, you come to
realize that the Oglethorpe exper-
ience is made up of much, much,
Is it the activities?
Social Life. What comes to your
mind? Of course, among the first (if
you are a typical O.U. student) is the
Fraternity parties. No one can forget
those memorable Chi Phi, SAE, and
KA parties where the hunch punch
makes you feel like you were punched
the next morning. Then of course
there are the bars, dancing spots, (like
Scooters on "Oglethorpe Nite") and
Buckhead Cinema. Yeah, sure, those
are definitely the predominant part of
the campus "night-life", but how
about the things that occur on the
campus? Like, the Labor Day picnic,
the Faculty-Student softball game,
and the dances. No one would dare
miss students like Dan Duncanson
strut his stuff in a cheerleaders outfit
at the O.U. Halloween dance. Or, how
about the famous midnight munchie
runs to the Burger King, or calls to
the Dominoes Man. In any case, what-
ever comes to your mind, there is defi-
nitely a social niche to fit everybody.
Is it the classes?
We are all here to get an education,
but we each go about it in our own
way. Some of us are aspiring to be law-
yers, teachers, doctors or people in the
business world, while others are tak-
ing courses to find out what areas in-
We will each use what we have
learned while attending Oglethorpe in
different ways in our varied facets of
Each of us will have our favorite
professors and classes. We all will re-
member our classes, the numerous as-
signments and tests that all seemed to
come at once, whether they were a
computer program, a biology lab, or a
math test, and the time we spent be-
tween classes reading, relaxing, or
talking with friends in the halls.
Is it the people?
The people are what make up the
Oglethorpe community. We bring
with us our own ideas, beliefs, and val-
ues from a wide variety of back-
grounds and experiences. We have
students just out of high school, moth-
ers coming back to school, business
people taking night classes after work,
and retired people coming back to en-
rich their lives in a new area.
While the people are here they get
acquainted with others who share
common interests and goals while we
still strive to keep our individuality.
Wrapping up a night at O.U. entails
different things for every student. For
some of us (a rare breed) it means just
kicking our feet back and shooting the
breeze. On the other hand, for some
O.U. individuals, it is "working" time,
like those students who lay out the
school paper until early morning or
the guardhouse students. Speaking of
which, anyone who spends his nights
out partying will know that these
guardhouse students become a famil-
iar sight very quickly, since after
hours, we girls need to acquire that
coveted Traer key to get in. Or, at
times when it seems as though your
professors plotted against you and all
gave you tests within the same three
days, some of us pull what seems like
endless all nighters studying for those
tests. Still others of us seem to spend
virtually every night at a meeting of
some sort, or trying to meet a dead-
line. Well, whatever facet you fit in
from day to night at O.U., I'm sure
we'll agree that all of us start and end
each day at the same unique place,
24 Religious Clubs
Marshall Nason, Doug Dubay, Becky Gess, Barb Bessmer, Rusty Mabrey. Paul Brown, Back: Tim Bates, Ray Lucas, Judy Hunt, Scott Faith
Tim Bates and Jim Chance get better acquainted with Rusty Mabrey makes his speech during the Freshmen
students at one of the parties held during the beginning of fall ciagg debates.
Eileen Murphy, David Holcomb, and their dates Greg and
Louisa enjoyed the academic committee's showing of Gone
With The Wind.
Diane Dubay, Julie Quickmire, Lise Shade, Marty Eastlack, Laura Anne Riley, Front: Kathleen Ganey, Sue McCue.
Walter Gunn, Patrick Regan, Mark Knautz, John Winnecker, Doug Schmitt, Chip Wuerz, Front: Dan
Noble, Darryl Kaeding, Larry Frank, John Mastrionni.
Casey Chosewood, Maureen Rowe, John Crowe.
Dean Thames, Byrd Perkerson, Dan Duncanson, Ellen Gray, Front: Marshall Nason, Dr. Stone, Dr. Taylor.
Mario Roberson Jay Floyd, Seretha Masdon, Ellen Gray, Brad Gadberry
Doug Dubay, Ruth Ryan, Shelley Dunham, Laura Lucio, Mike Rathjens, Barb Bessmer
Marshall Nason, Kathleen Ganey, Mark Bryant, Marty Eastlack, Scott
Zgraggen, Sue Bamford, Buck Bohac, Dean Knott, Dean Thames
COUNCIL OF CONCERN STUDENT
Kevin Hall, Une Bratberg, Derrick Hall, Laura Rankin, EUi Terizidis, Cathy Castagna, Robin Rose, Rod Johnson
Jay Vanderhorst, Kelly Marshall, John Shelnutt
Eric Drick, Rob Boggus, Julie Quickmire, Lise Shade, Shelley Dunham, Larry Frank, Front: Jay Vanderhorst, Rich Fischer,
Dave Gerhardt, Kelly Marshall, John Shelnutt, Kenny Gould.
The African Dance Ensemble performed a lively dance at the annual international Scott Soloway and others sample foods from other
Club dinner. countries at the International Club dinner.
Mauricio Amaya, Sue Bartholomai, Jennifer Sierra, Natalia Martin-Leyes, Barry Dwork, John
Van Riet, Marshall Nason, Dwitt Alfred, Cemal Ozgorkey, Une Bratberg
Head Jade Warrior Dylon Grant L. to R. Guynelle Brown, Charlotte Frannson, Dylon Grant. Chip Wuerz, Dan Noble, Jessica Bagley.
strikes a traditional karate pose.
Guynelle Brown shows her karate skills during a demonstration in the
The expression on Dan's and Guynelle 's faces show their dedica-
tion to the art of karate.
Jim, Doug, and Marshall Nason prepare their ropes for their descent.
Doug Dubay takes a rest from climbing up After-
noon Delight, one face of Mount Yonah.
Marshall Nason shows guts and
determination while climbing up the
face of the mountain.
Back: Terry Brooks, John Green, Guynelle Brown. Cindy Bjurmark. Doug Dubay, Larry Rollins, Mar-
shall Nason. Front: Eric Mehnert, Jim Tuten, Suzi Komin, Ruth Ryan, Marty Eastlack, Chris Eckert.
Paul Brown dances with a friend during an exhibition of break dancing. ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ receives special instructions on the
art of break dancing.
Kevin Hall, Annie Robinson, Donna Monroe, Carol Sheehy, Fran Flowers, Linda Brimm, Jervett Nunn, Terri Roach, Paul Brown.
ALPHA PHI OMEGA:
National Service Fraternity
Casey Chosewood talks with Rob Buck, a recent graduate of Oglethorpe.
Back: Casey Chosewood, Phil Deal. Mark Bryant, Trina Crowder, Eric Mehnert, Larry Rollins, Doug Dubay, Cindy Bjurmark. Middle: Terry
Brooks, Maureen Rowe, Jay Floy, Sue McCue, Chris Erckert, Irene LaVita, Anne Kohl, Maureen Whalen, Meg Weiland. Front: Helen Bourne, Jay
Azriel, Laura Laframboise, Janice Marshall.
Stewart Keller, Scott Zgraggen, Paul Sykes, Larry Frank, Scott Faith, Reggie Frye.
Top to bottom: Scott Zgraggen, Scott Faith, Stewart Keller,
Reggie Frye, Larry Frank, Kevin Bradley, Jim Martens, Ter-
ry Brooks, Bruce Benton, Paul Sykes, Bill Sharpe, Cathy
Messina, Marlene Rudy, Susan Hilger, Becky Gess, Milene
Schott, Ruth Ryan, Angela Wilson, Kim Morrison, Debbie
Brian, Margaret Meyer.
Kelli Hiett, Ronnie Sherard, Jackie Liberman, Aileen Pratt, Hope Waldman, Front: Cathy Isminger, Ann Wheeler— advisor, Carolyn
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Ross Lipman, Glen Dubrowsky, Jon Rawls, Front: Jim Nutt, Bill Cottone, Mike Gates, Scott Soloway.
Marlene Rudy, Ronny Sherard, Jill Sims, Courtney Joyee, Charlotte Christian, Cathy Isminger, Kris Walsh, Renee Byland, Kim Hudgens, Donna
NeSmith, Front: Kelli Hiett, Julie Quickmire, Lise Shade, Michelle Pitts, Leslie Martin, Claudia Puccio.
DZ sisters, Kelly Marshall and Cathy Steiner prepare for the kickoff of
an intramural game.
Linda Puglisi, Carolyn Rapp, Lil Klein, Alicia Bullard, Cile Hardwick, Debi Carey, Shelley Alford, Selena Scott, Tina White, Front: Jackie
Liberman, Kathie Roberts Kelly Marshall, Michelle Gazes, Hope Waldman, Cathy Steiner, Irma Alvarez, Aileen Pratt.
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Chi Phi Fall Officers
Chi Phi Little Sisters
Back: Pat Dean, Jim Nutt, Tim Ray, Jeff Petree, Bud Granger, Drew McNally, Tony Murphy, Jon Rawls, Jim Nye. Middle: John Gazitua, Mike Gates,
Bill Cottone, Mike Steele, Scott Mordue, Mike Perdone, Jon Spanier, George Dipple, Chuck Allen, Sam Cranley. Front: Kelly Futch, Laurie Lee, Sandra
Goldberg, Geri Martucci, Robin Porter, Diane Flatley, Linda Puglisi, Sue Bamford, Brenda Reed.
Chris Jacquette prays for the volleyball, while the other KA's look on.
Front: Andrew Nash, Chris Jacquette, Eric Drick, Glen Dubrowsky. Back: Marc Naef, J.C. McElroy, Bill Yorks, Jim Smith, Kurt Alexander, Jim
Marks, Carl Kumpf, Mike Wyrwa.
The SAE's show togetherness within their fraternity.
Lawrence Hoffman, Jim Mitchell, Ross Lipman, Thair Hanaway, Mike Tieplinsky , Andy Provost, Ray Lucas, Bryan Hahn, John Oesterle, Melissa
Ward, Ed Madonna, Brian Peffley, Hope Waldman, Todd Wille, Richard Lindsey, Scott Soloway, Middle: Nickolas Indola, Joe DelRocini, Mark
Feiring, Alonzo Borrero, Eric Vlietman, Manuel Matos, Kelly Marshall, Front: Maureen Murphy, Georgia Herring, Stacy MacDonald, Cathy Gay.
Debbie Carey displays two of the gold SAE bricks carried by the pledges. Chi Phi's Tony Murphy displays his soccer talents.
Juliet Johnson shows there is more at Chi Phi parties than just partying.
Lew Gordon informs Cindy Larbig of plans for the Boar's Head Ceremony.
The honor of carrying the boar's head was bestowed
upon Paul Sykes and Dan Duncanson.
Judy Hunt taps Brad Gadberry as a new member of ODK.
Front: Stephanie Staples, Brad Gadberry, Seretha Masdon, Anne Kindling, Shelley Dunham, Cindy Larbig, Dr. Varderaan, Back: President
Manning M. Patillo, Jay Floyd, Dean Waldner, Scott Faith, Judy Hunt, Michelle Fryer, Paul Sykes, Dan Duncanson, Lew Gordon.
Jay Floyd signs the register at the ODK inductions.
ALPHA (^ nil Academic Honorary
Dr. Monte Wolf, Scott, Faith, Nina Hamond, Jay Floyd.
SIGJVlA ZEXAl Science Honorary
David Sanders, Buck Buhaf, Dr. Aufderheide, Kevin Bradley, Dr. Wheeler, Dr. Amerson, Dr. Fadyn, Front: Dr. Zinsmeister, Dr. Wolf, Stewart
Keller, Jay Floyd, Scott Faith, Dan Duncanson, Dr. Schadler, Kim Hunnicutt, EUi Terizidis.
ALPHA PSI OMEGA: Dramatic Honorary
Mike McCracken, Tim Bates, Mike Rathjens, Glenn Prescott, Steve Stratton, Seretha Masdon, Donna Monroe, Dr. Weiss, Robin
SIGMA TAU DELTA:
Brad Gadberry, Ellen Gray, Seretha Masdon, Anne Weltner, Dr. Brightman.
Dr. Wheeler and Dr. Weiss show their versatility as they perform during Night of the
PHI ALPHA THETA:
Gabriel Grasso, Dr. Key, Mario Roberson.
Sue Marshall, Dr. Taylor, Kim Strickland, Barry Lichtenstein, Ellen Gray, Dr. Brightman, Anne Weltner, Brad Gadberry,
Front: Stacy MacDonald, Prof. Portnoy, Mr. Clark, Tim Bates, Dr. Clark, Laura Anne Riley, Kevin Hall, Seretha Masdon.
Donna Rothstein, Dr. Valine,
Kenton Baggs, Robert MacMillan,
Michelle Fryer, Doug Schmidt, Front:
Katherine Conrad, Para Adams,
Marcia McGuigan, Martha McCardel.
Eileen Gomez, Susan Rosenthal, Gwen
Dr. Baker, Joe Exum, Jill Schimmack, Ken Jackson, Dr. Whitten. Front: Jill Bauer, Yvonne Mapp, Christine
Gilmore, Scott Soloway.
PHI BETA I^A^BT) A: Future Business Leaders
Carol Johnston, Diane Dubay, Barb Bessmer, Tom Nesbitt, Caiy Winscott, Sue McCue, Helen Bourne, Jay Azriel.
Front: Carolyn Nowell, Janice Marshall.
Margaret Meyer, Debbie Brian, Kevin Hall, Neil Fain, Bonnie O'Harrow, Robin Rose, Robert Strozier, Shelley Dunham, Jerrie Thompson, Chris
Erckert, Laura Tritten, Nina Hamond, Laura Rankin, Eric Mehnert, Laura Anne Riley, Darrell Kaeding, Ed Madonna, Dr. Stone, Dr. Vardeman, Dr.
Moffie, Dr. Kerr.
Mark Bryant, Chris Carter, Larry Rollins, Irene LaVita, Donna Baker, Eric Mehnert,
Back: Scott Faith, Scott Zgraggen, Paul Sykes, Larry Frank, Leslie Martin, Dr. Schadler, Dr. Amerson, Dr. Aufderheide. Front: Cassandra
Massengill, Dan Duncanson, Marty Eastlack, Renee Byland, Dr. Wolfe, Stacey Bronstein.
Donkey Kong and Jim Smith get together for a
challenging study break.
Ray Lucas shows the mile Turkey Trot Race has no effect
Yoda asks the pertinent question.
Back: Casey Chosewood, Phil Deal, Penni Reid, Kenton Baggs, Larry Rollins, Bill Porter. Middle: Jay Greaves, Ralph Gunn, John Crowe, Diane
Dubay, Dr. Monte Wolfe, Dan Noble, Cece Mullins. Front: Wendy Baker, Gina Sacer, Maureen Rowe, Debney Moore, Kim McNutt, and a friend.
John Crowe, Casey Chosewood, Gina Sacer, Cece Mullins, and friends make up the newly formed Maranatha.
Back: Dan Duncanson, Scott Zgraggen, Rich Fischer, Suzi Komin, Suzanne Bartholomae, Mike Rathjens. Front: Chip
Wuferz, Maureen Rowe, Carolyn Nowell, Eileen Murphy, Ruth Ryan, Cindy Bjurkmark.
Kim McNutt and her friend Randy provided entertainment at one of OCF's
Back- Jessica Bagley, Tim Bates, Mike McCracken, Mike Rathjens, Glenn Prescott, Dan Duncanson. Middle: Sharon Petti, Jill LeFebvre, Donna
Monroe, Dr. Weiss, Laura Ann Riley, Robin Rose, Ellen Gray, Joannie Kelley, Steve Stratton, Margaret Meyer. Front: Seretha Masdon, Dean
Foreman, Judy Hunt.
Mike tries to figure out what Terri and Jeff are doing during rehearsal of
What are Dean & Steve up to?
Steve and Tim don't seem too impressed by Dean's obvious lack of morals during rehearsal for a spring
Front: Elena Franco, Cassandra Massengill, Tsuneo Tsato, Rob Boggus, Kim Hunnicutt, Marty Eastlack,
Middle: Jervett Nunn, Gina Sacer, Leticia Rodriguez, Ray Lucas, Dr. Eugene Brasher, Bill Porter, Robin
Porter, Maureen Rowe, Helen Bourne, Back: Diane Dubay, Cindy Bjurmarck, Une Bratburg, Doug
Dubay, John Jarrard, Casey Chosewood, Phil Deal, Jeff Petree, Larry Rollins, Trina Crowder, Lin
Hetherington, Charlotte Fransson
1984 TOWER STAFF
Co-editors Brad Gadberry
Assistant Editor John Crowe
Staff: Hank Bunnell, Ellen Gray, Kevin
Hall, Rusty Mabrey, Gina Sacer
Kevin Hall, Ellen Gray, Brad Gadberry, John Crowe, Hank Bunnell
Laura Anne Riley
Staff: Barb Bessmer, Kaylen Biggins, Paul Brown, Linda Bucki,
Fred Carter, Trina Crowder, Phil Deal, Becky Gess, Gabriel
Grasso, Ellen Gray, Joanie Kelley, Kimberly Nicholson, Anders
Nilsen, Jim Owens, Manning Pattillo, Larry Rollins, Sherry Ro-
John Crowe, Bob Porter, Mike Goetke, Joanie Kelley, Cassandra Massengill, Ann McGinn, Stephanie Staples, Larry Rollins, Brad
Gadberry, Laura Anne Riley, Wayne Sellers, Dan Duncanson, Craig Reinheimer
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Dan Noble, Stacey Bronstein, John Jarrard, Terry Brooks, Marty Eastlack, Sue Bamford, Casey Chosewood, Diane Dubay, Charlotte
Fransson, Angela Wilson, Sue McCue, Phil Deal, Bill Porter
1984 YAMACRAW STAFF
Editor-in-Chief Diane Dubay
Assistant Editor Judy Hunt
Photography Editor Scott Haney
Classes Editor Sue Bamford
Faculty Editor Angela Wilson
Sports Editor Maity Eastlack
Organization Editors Stacey Bronstein
Copy Editor Lisa Falkowski
Ad Manager Adam Petty
Business Manager Anne Kohl
Staff: Jay Azriel, Robin Bishop, Terry Brooks, Casey
Chosewood, Phil Deal, Shelley Dunham, Larry Frank,
Charlotte Fransson, Sandra Goldberg, Naomi Hamby,
Larry Henson, David Hwang, John Jarrard, Laura La-
framboise, Sue McCue, Melanie Miles, Eileen Mur-
phy, Dan Noble, Bill Porter, Bob Porter, Maureen
Rowe, Donna Still, Meg Weiland, Doug Dubay, Mur-
lene Dubay, Robert Dubay, Larry Henson, Craig Rein-
heimer, Frankie Wilson, Art Wilson
Lise Shade— First Runner-up— Sugar Company, Veronica Sherard- Miss Yamacraw
1984— Chi Omega, Chrissy DiBendetto— Second Runner-up— Delta Zeta
Lise Shade sponsored by the Sugar Company, Robin Rose sponsored by The Oglethorpe Players, Chrissy DiBendetto sponsored by Delta Zeta, Veronica
bherard sponsored by Chi Omega, Ruth Rich sponsored by Rudd, A. Jervett Nunn sponsored by the Black Student Caucus, Judv Hunt sponsored by the
English Club, Teresa Willson sponsored by the Bookstore, Cassandra MassengiU sponsored by the University Singers
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Throngs of hungry students enthusiastically await the opening of the Last Chance Stewart Keller is caught in the act at the Rudd Toga Party.
Miraculously, Melissa Ward finds an empty washer in the Reggie Frye, Dan Duncanson, and Eric Smith wait anxiously for Seretha Masdon to serve up
Traer laundry room. a cold one at the English Club/OSA Drafthouse, "Deathtrap."
Receiving the pass, Adam Petty gets ready to go
with the ball as a UNC-A opponent goes in for a slide
Always on the ball, Foster Harbin races for posses-
sion of the ball against a UNC-A opponent.
Even when injured, players like I'at Regan would
rather be playing than watching.
His last game, captain Dave Gerhardt gives it his all
in trying to get the ball away from P.C.'s Mike Eckardt
to try to score and break the 1-1 tie.
A veteran, fullback Eric Smith contemplates his
next pass out of OU territory as Frank Lawson of P.C.
After their first two losses, Coach Reyn-
olds commented, "As soon as the freshmen
settle down and learn to play with each oth-
er, things will be okay." The fact that the
team won the next four games straight
seems to prove him right. Still, the team
had its ups and downs. At first, the lack of
veterans seemed as though it might be a
detriment, but what seemed to be a handi-
cap ended up being their ace in the hole.
Freshmen such as Mike Galyean and Eric
Garvey proved themselves over and over.
Eric Garvey, who started every game as to-
ward, was the team's leading scorer. Re-
turning players Dave Gerhardt and Tony
Murphy turned out to be the backbone for
the team. Although Tony only played as
keeper the second half of the season, he
showed his opponents that he knew how to
play his position. Tony had a great season,
making some incredible saves and rarely
letting the ball go into the goal, and then
only, on direct foul kicks or in one-on-one
situations. Dave Gerhardt's contributions
fell on both sides of the line, both offensive
and defensive. At the Kennesaw game he
made a goal "from what seemed like the
center line" said Stacey Bronstein. In the
game against Presbyterian College he made
a great save to deny P.C. a score. Still, the
soccer team did have their problems, one of
the big ones being injuries among the start-
ing players. Injuries such as Dave Ger-
hardt's knee, Tony Murphy's back, Pat Re-
gan's foot and John Salamone's ankle all
seemed to hurt the team's depth and effi-
ciency. However, whatever the problems,
the team did well and will "be ready to win
a lot more next year," stated Coach Bucky
Top scorer of the season, freshman Eric Garvey
goes for a score against tlie UNC-A Bulldog's Matt Lis.
An outstanding keeper, Tony Murphy comes
through once again in saving the ball, (for one of ten
saves), in the game against Presbyterian College.
Front: Tom Smith, Mike Harrison, Eric Garvey, Dean De Cencio, Mike Galyean. Eilam Isaak, Tony Murphy, Jim Martens. Adam Petty, Rob Boggus, Kun No. Back: Coach Bucky
Reynolds, Rich Hans, Mike Cheek, Foster Harbin, David Gerhardt, Walter Gunn, Doug Schmitt, John Salamone, Mark Knautz, Rick Welch, Eric Smith, Fred Long, Manager Rich
C, Weslevan 3
Georgia College 1
U. of S. ,5
Tenn, Temple 2
Toccoa Falls 1
N. Georgia 4
Proving once more that OU makes effective use of
heading. Mike Cheek heads the ball away to deprive
Todd Griffies, of P.C, possession of the ball.
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Add a couple of great spikers, setters,
servers and overall bumping talent and
what do you get? The OU Girls' Volleyball
team. So why the losing record? If you take
a closer look at the record, it indicates that
a lot of those losing games were very close.
However, it doesn't indicate the amount of
sweat and turnovers that occurred before
the opposing teams won those games. It
also doesn't indicate the injuries, such as
Linda Puglisi's foot or Julie Quickmire's
back. Nor does it indicate the times that the
team "lacked enthusiasm and spirit," said
Linda. Conversely, the final talley doesn't
indicate all the games where the volleyball
team came back from deficits to lose in a
close race for the final points. This can be
seen in the fifth game in the Fisk match,
where the team came back from 3-13 to lose
12-15. Then there were the times where the
team worked like a well oiled spring —
bumping, setting and spiking in such a syn-
chronized fashion only to lose by a fluke, as
in the first match against Mercer. What the
season does show is that this team has the
potential to have a 15-0 record. But, what-
ever the record shows, the Lady Petrels
"were a formidible opponent," said fan
An able defense, Lil Klein and Diane Dubay go up
for a block against Spelman.
Fisk 11,12,15,15,15 1
Front: Julie Quickmire, Julie Marlowe, Coach Medra Ashmore. Back: Dagney Copeland, Kathy Messina, Lil Klein, Diane
Dubay. Jenny Sorla. Une Bratberg, Maria Tovar, Linda Puglisi.
The Net Result
An asset to the team, Maria Tovar spikes the ball
to score a point against Spelman.
Teamwork being important in volleyball, Lil gets
ready to help the ball over as Julie Quickmire receives
the serve to return the ball.
"Once Julie got going she could consistently get
the ball across the net," commented teammate Diane.
Named All District player by the division
coaches, Diane Dubay quickly improved to become a
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Front: Phil Schultz,
Rick Welch, Trish
Welch. Back: Chris
Bolden, Murray Brin-
son, Tish Galan, Tomas
Sugar Company's quarterback Bob
Brown goes for the touchdown as teammate
Tomas Hernandez blocks opponent Dean
Foreman of the 69'ers.
No it's not Greek Week, but you might
think so as Chi Omega's Amy Mcllveen tries
to intercept the ball against DZ's Linda
Sugar Co. Affiliates
•Final places are
based on tournament
Bumping the Ball is Armagan Ozgorkey for an Interna-
tional Club point in their only match loss against the
Trailblazers: Front: Steve Kim, -lim Owens, Kun No, Back: Philip Law, Seoungpeun Lee.
Poor Boys I: Front: Rob Boggus, Eric Garvey. Mike Galyean. Back: Doug
Schmitt, Mark Knautz, Mike Cheek. John Salamone.
Poor Boys II: Front: Pat Ragan. Eric Smith. Dean Del'en
Harrison, Tom Smith, Greg Hightower, Foster Harbin.
. Back: Mike
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International Club: Front:
^'iinasao Murata, Sultan Loo-
(ah. Maria To\'ar. Asdrul>al Ar-
velo, Back: Armagan Ozgor-
key, Cemal Ozgorkey, Dean
Fnreman, Eilam Isaak.
SAE: Andy Provost. Beau Moore. Ed Madonna, Greg Steele, Brian Hahn, Back: Ross Lipman, Thair Hanaway, Todd
Wylie. Mark Feiring.
Chi Phi: Front: Rich Wallace, Milie Gates. Back: George Dipple, Tim Ray, John Gazitua.
Poor Bovs I
Poor Bovs II
'Final places are based on
Rudd: Front: Wayne Gregory. Kathy Messina, Julie Quickmire. Larry Frank. Scott Faith. Back: Dan Duncanst)n,
Scott Zgraggen, David Holcomb, Paul Sykes.
B-Team: Front: Ciabe C.ra^sct, Guy Samuels, Hank Bunnell. Back: Sam Mehsen, Fred Long,
Sugar Co. Affiliates: Front: Tomas Hernandez, Dagney Copeland. Joanne Bertone, Leticia
Galan, Chris Bolden. Back: Bob Brown. Cec Mullings. Cathy Schattenfield, Trish Welch, Anjie
Rupe, Sonja Henry.
All Guts, No Glory
Dolphins: Front: Jim Owens. Philip Law, Wayne Gregory, Dan Duncanson. Second: Jue Exum. Bob Stanners, Mike
Rathjens. John Berkshire. Mike Goetke. Back: Kenton Baggs, Noah Gershon.
Celtics: Front: Tom Seitz. Rich Williams. Kenny Gould. Bill Sharpe.
Record Final Place*
Poor Boys I
Poor Boys II
Coffee 'n Cream
•Final places are based
Freshman, Bob Brown, spikes the ball
against Chi Phi to win the point, but loses
the match to earn 7th place.
The impossible struggle, Chi Phi's Brad
Isaakson and Poor Boy's John Salamone
battle it out for possession of the ball from a
<_'hi Omega: Front: Ke\'in Bradley. Second: Keili
Heitt. Steve Stratliin. Michelle Pitts, Julie Quickmire.
Back: Cathy Isiminger. Guynelle Brown, Kris Walsh,
Amy Mcllveen, Runny Sherard, -Jill .Sims, Marlene
69'ers: Front: .Jeff Provissiero, Tom Clements. Second: Foster Harbin, Frank Russo-Alesi, Nick Crooks. Back:
Ron Kraynick, .Joe Oesterle, .Jeff Williams.
Trying to make a pass. Hank Bunnell
struggles to keep the ball away from opponent
Dean Foreman, for a B-team loss.
Benny's Bouncers: Front: Linda Puglisi, Diane Dubay. Back: Doug Dubay. -John W'innecker. Bob Stanners.
By far the best record in several years,
the Petrels stormed the season to end up
with a 17-8 record. The team Seniors, Mau-
rice Thomas, Jay Vanderhorst and John
Shelnut were large contributing factors to
this outcome. Along with WiUie Lawton
and Bruce Benton these three Seniors were
consistent and strong scorers. They ended
up with 283, 234, and 191 points respective-
ly for the season. Maurice also led the team
in rebounds. Other factors were the team's
cooperation on the court, the ability to get
the ball on a rebound and the ability to
score almost every time they took the ball
down the court. The only problem the Pe-
trels encountered was the inability to get
their act together to win away games.
"You'd almost think they needed their fans
to win," said Cheerleader Renee Byland.
This seemed to be proven by the away
Georgia State game where O.U., the under-
dog, won the game 74-70. "Everybody
showed up," said Larry Frank. In spite of
their trouble on away games, their record
shows that the team is stronger than ever.
Senior John Shelnutt, taps the ball against Baptist American University's Jimmy
Smith to give O.U. possession of the ball to start us off to our 87-56 win.
Starting player, Bruce Benton comes back from an arm and nose injury to be a
strong offensive player. Here he scores another basket against Maryville's #40
Not only teammates, John Shelnutt and
Jay Vanderhorst are roommates too. Here
they collaborate on a play to make another
basket against Maryville's Mike Austin.
A strong player Marohn Callins, fakes out Balaam EUir and Nick Lloyd of UNC-
Greensboro to take the ball himself to score a basket in the 75-60 win.
Front: Rich Williams, Rich l-'isiher, -Inn ( )wens, Bill Sherwood, Tony Lentini, Mike Moon, Larry Franks, Maurice Thomas, Tom Seitz, Bruce Benton. Cuach
•lack Berkshire. Back: Jay Vanderhorst, Jim Shelnutt, Willie Lawton, Ken Turner, Marohn Caliins, Scott Boynton.
A strong offense, Willie Lawton gets ready to pass the ball to Jay Vanderhorst away from Steve
Ketron, for another score against Maryville for a 63-51 win.
U. of South
Baptist U. of
U. of South
A leading scorer, Maurice Thomas tries
to pass the ball against UNC-Greensboro's
New to the team, Scott Boyton proves to be an asset as he keeps
the ball away from Piedmont's Henry Boknight to score one of his
The last Homecoming game he"ll be in. Senior Jay Vanderhorst
gives 110', in the game against Maryville.
It's Just Another
Front: Kenny Gould, Andy Provost, Philip Law, Todd Lane, Ales Brummette, Tom Clements, Coach Matt Schuster.
One In Spirit,
Apart In Effort
The lack of numbers really hurt the
team's viability because "if only one guy
was missing, we couldn't qualify as a team,
we could only compete as individuals," said
member Doug Dubay. Five members need
to be present to qualify which meant that
the women's team never did qualify, but
that didn't stop them. Bonnie O'Harrow,
Liz Solomillo, & Jill LeFebvre were an in-
spiration in that they continued to come
out as a team, even though competitive-
wise they never were. Individual effort be-
came the key word for all, both men and
women. In any case, next year is already
looking up as "4 of the 5 present male mem-
bers are returning and we have some hope-
fuls coming in with the freshman class,"
stated Coach Marshall Nason.
Runner, Eric Drick, runs his best time for 5 miles at
the O.U. Invitational, a 32:50.
The Oglethorpe Invitational race also turned out
to be a triumphant day for Jill LeFebvre as she cuts a
minute off her previous time for 24:29.
Individual achievements, Chris Carter & Doug Dubay steadily im-
proved to attain their best times at the Berry Invitational (33:38) and
the Atlanta Metro Championship. (31:48), respectively.
Front: Bonnie OHarrow, Jill LeFebvre. Liz Snlomillo. Back: Bill Bryant. Di.ug Dubay. Coach Marshall Nason. Greg Hightower. Krii
Drick, Robert Miller.
Middle of the pack, Bonnie O'Harrow
maintains her stride to come in 8th place
with a time of 22:00 for 3 miles at the O.U.
Warming up for their runs, O.U.'s Cross
Country teams are united even though its
the individual that counts, (left to right:
Doug Dubay, Eric Drick, Bonnie O'Harrow,
Liz Solomillo, Greg Hightower and Rob
Time outs at the basketball games, are
times of action for the O.U. Cheerleaders as
they show their spirit.
Sideline supporters, the cheerleaders
keep up a continuous flow of cheers to keep
the players psyched up.
Cheerleaders: Front: Terasa Page. Second: Donna Nesmith, Misty Raid. Third: Mike Goetke, Scott Zgraggen, Ronny
Sherard, Paul Sykes, Sultan Lootah. Back: Shelly Dunham. Lise Shade, Renee Byland.
Helping the crowd get ready for the
game against Berry College, Mike
Goetke and Ronny Sherard do a little
pregame cheerleading. The addition of
males to the squad lent the cheerleaders
stronger support for the formations.
AUGUST: The Saga Begins
Dorm Counselors, Sue McCue and Marty East-
lack help ease the check-in process.
Dr. Mary Ellen Perkins helps a graduate student register
Registration Day is hectic for Julie Conley, Marie Williams and
the rest of the O.U. staff.
Carol Lanier and family are greeted by Terri Guth at Fall Orientation.
Students spend their leisure time watching T.V. in the Student
Mike Goethe, Laura Anne Riley, and Diane Dubay count the
reasons to join extracurriculars.
SEPTEMBER: Getting in the Swing of
Absorbed in his task, an unsuspecting student is pho
tographed in the Computer Room.
Comedian Anthony Brown entertains at Comedy Night as Mrs. Pat-
tillo looks on approvingly.
English Club members Seretha Masdon, Ellen Gray, Brad Gadberry, and Joanie Kelley look on as
Judy Hunt taps a keg.
Outdoor Club members Doug Dubay,
Marty Eastlack, Jim Tuten, and Kathleen
Ganey post on Mount Yonah.
A crowd of students wait anxiously for beer at an O.S.A.
Ross Lipman, Thair Hanaway, Hope Waldman, and Geor-
gia Herring enjoy O.S.A.'s Labor Day Picnic.
OCTOBER: OU Shows
Ricardo Carvalho and Hernani Yamasata entertain at the International Dinner.
Maureen Rowe plays the flute at the English Club/Tower . V ,\
Night of the Arts.
Kevin Hall shows off his talents on guitar and har-
monica at the Night of the Arts.
Off Its Best
African Dancers liven the annual International Din-
ner held in the Student Center.
Suzanne Bartholomae donned her Boy George outfit for the Halloween
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Mike Galyean, Eric Smith, Foster Harbin, John Winneker and Rob Boggus keep order at the
NOVEMBER: The Calm
Larry Frank, Renee Byland, and Ruth Ryan pose at the Rudd Toga Party.
Dean Foreman, Mike Rathjens,
Jill Lefebvre and Joe Del Rocini
helped the Players stage Orwell's
Before The Storm
John Gazitua and Sam Cranley help the Chi Phi little sisters pose for a photo.
Students work hard in preparation for finals.
Ed Madonna puts on a serious face as he advertises a hometown hangout.
DECEMBER: The Semester
Chrissy DiBenedetto, Ronny Sherard, and Ruth Ritch participate in the
Miss Yamacraw Pageant.
The ODK Boars Head ceremony heralds the arrival of the
Christmas season at O.U.
Sophomore Lise Shade doesn't seem to like anyone looking over her shoul-
der as she takes notes in Physics.
Draws to A Close
Break dancers show off at the Black Student Caucus party in the Student Center.
Mauricio Amaya and Eyo Eyo enjoy themselves at the International Club Mixer.
JANUARY: Rested and
Marlene Rudy, Ray Lucas, Julie Quickmire and Doug Schmidt party down to the sounds of "Rockola.*
SAE Scott Soloway shows his real strength.
Students boogie at the Welcome Back Dance.
Ready to Return
Helen Bourne seems an old pro at the
Students learn patience at Spring registration.
Robin Bishop and Robin Porter relax in the Great Hall.
Tim Bates and Steve Stratton in a scene from PVT WARS.
Steve imitates a girl for Dean Foreman.
The Bobbie Kostreva Quartet played a Jazz Coffeehouse during Homecoming Week.
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The Library Coalition Commit-
tee sponsored a spoof on The Newly-
wed Game — The Roommate Game
during Homecoming Week. 94 Q Ra-
dio personality Neil Williamson
served as host. John Berkshire, Noah
Gershon, Barb Bessemer, Laura Lu-
cio, Heidi Cochrane, Stacey Bron-
stein, John Salamone, Doug Schmitt,
Laura Rankin, Robin Rose, John
Shelnutt and Jay Vanderhorst were
all contestants. Questions included
"What O.U. cafeteria entree best de-
scribes your roommate?", "What was
the last alibi you used to cover for
your roommate?" and many others.
Maureen Whalen and Irene Lavita work at APO's Blood Drive.
Black and Gold 1984
Lord and Lady Oglethorpe
Food and Grounds
Despite his busy schedule. Dr. Manning
M. Pattillo, Jr., President of the Univer-
sity, can often be found conversing with
students around campus. He is active in
the community, as well, serving on the
Board of Directors of the DeKalb Coun-
ty Chamber of Commerce, on the Execu-
tive Committee of the Association of the
Private Colleges and Universities of
Georgia, as Chairman of the Friends of
James Oglethorpe and as Chairman of
the Georgia Special Olympics. He is also
a member of the Commerce Club and the
Atlanta Rotary Club.
Elgin F. MacConnell, Dean of Services, af-
fectionately known as "Dean Mac," was once a
professor at Oglethorpe and taught education.
He now devotes his time and energy to campus
security and related services. When not busy at
O.U., he enjoys do it yourself projects and rais-
John A. Thames, Dean of Students, stays
busy keeping up with his 12 year old daughter,
Ginger, and her activities when his duties in
Student Affairs allow him free time. He also
enjoys jogging and working with UNICEF.
Dr. John B. Knott III, Dean of Administra-
tion, a former professor of philosophy enjoys
fishing, camping and wood working when his
Oglethorpe duties allow him time. Guardian of
the schools finances. Dean Knott keeps the fi-
nancial workings of the University running
smoothly in these uncertain times; a challeng-
ing position to say the least.
Carl V. Hodges, Dean of Continuing Educa-
tion, is in charge of the night programs and non-
credit courses Oglethorpe offers. His outside in-
terests include playing golf, and reading
biographies, fiction, philosophy and history. He
is also a member of the Sandy Springs First
Baptist Church where he serves as a Deacon
and as a Sunday School teacher.
Dr. George W. Waldner, Dean of the Facul-
ty, has been busy re-evaluating and re-working
many of the policies and procedures governing
Oglethorpe academics. As Vice Chairman of the
Japanese-American Society of Georgia, he en-
joys researching areas of Japanese studies and
eating Japanese cuisine.
Marilyn Merrifield, Mailroom Supervisor,
enjoys international travel and taking classes at
OU; she is working toward a degree in educa-
Betty Amerson, University Controller, likes
gardening, taking care of pets and visiting with
her four grandchildren.
Gloria Moore, University Receptionist, is the
plesant voice on the university switchboard.
Shown here with his computer system, John
Ferrey, Director of Data Processing, also enjoys
showing horses, kayaking, and photography.
Julie Conley, Accounts Receivable Supervi-
sor, spends time swimming and sewing and has
been decorating her new house.
Linda Bucki, Director of Personnel, taught an
aerobics class fall semester and also enjoys
making stained glass art work.
Marie Williams, Accounts Payable and Pay-
roll Supervisor, spends her free time gardening,
cooking, doing needle point and antiqueing.
Elaine Gorman, Secretary to the President,
enjoys needlecrafts and reading in her free
Besides being secretary to Dean Knott
and Dean MacConnel, Carol Bussard is working
toward a degree in Business Administration
here at OU.
Adrina Richards, Bookstore Manager and
Head Purchaser for the University, has had
quite a job this year, opening the new bookstore
and refurnishing the Great Hall. Her two chil-
dren keep her busy, but she still finds time to
play the piano and read.
Karen Bender, Bookstore Assistant, likes to
spend time shopping and baking.
Chuck Wingo, Assistant Bookstore Manager,
devotes his time to backpacking and hiking in
After checking out several books to pursue
his interest in reading, Bucky Reynolds heads
back to Lupton to perform his duties as Assis-
tant Director of Admissions.
Coining down the stairs after a day's work
as Assistant to the Director of Admissions,
Randy Smith looks forward to activities like
raising his collie, eating pizza, going to the mov-
ies and reading.
Behind his desk Dennis Matthews performs
his duties as Admissions Counselor, but in his
free time he likes photography, listening to mu-
sic, and reading.
After graduating from Oglethorpe in 1982,
Terri Guth took the position of Admissions
Counselor which allows her to spend time with
students. Terri also likes to travel, explore At-
lanta and decorate her house.
In her free time, Admissions Office Manager
Helen Schofield likes to sew.
Greeting prospective students with a
warm smile is Assistant Director of Admissions
Carol Gamble. Carol enjoys going to antique
auctions in her spare time.
Besides learning how to kayak and perform
his new duties as Director of Admissions, Jona-
than Jay also enjoys reading, relaxing, and
Gardening, dancing, walking, sewing and
making fruit cakes keep Mary Ellen Perkins
busy while she's not at Oglethorpe performing
her duties as Graduate Admissions Counselor.
Student Center Custodian, Neil Frain-
FuUer, patiently awaited the arrival of his baby
daughter during fall semester. Besides work he
takes classes, makes stained glass, sews, and
reads science fiction.
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Conducting and singing in choirs are Dr.
Eugene Brasher's fortes, but he is also an avid
sports fan and golfer.
When he's not filling his duties as Director
of the Student Center and international stu-
dent advisor Marshall Nason spends his time
with his children, running, reading, or watching
boxing on T.V.
Although her job as Student Center Secre-
tary usually keeps her inside. Betty Nissley also
has many outside interests which include bowl-
ing, playing golf, jogging, getting together with
friends, and spending time with her children.
Whenever you're feeling under the weath-
er, Patsy Bradley the University Nurse is will-
ing to check out your aches and pains, but in her
free time she enjoys walking for exercise and
When he's not checking student's ills, Dr.
Erikson likes woodworking, playing tennis, and
golf, and watching sports on T.V.
When her fingers aren't busy typing in the
Student Affairs Office, Secretary Carol Duffy
keeps them busy writing music and playing the
Carol Johnston combines her business skills
and friendly personality to help students find
jobs, in her position as Director of Placement.
When not working, she likes to run, water ski,
and play tennis in an ALTA League.
Taking a break outside from his
job as Director of Counseling and Ca-
reer Development, Lew Gordon
smiles as he thinks about his outside
interests in studying the chemistry of
the brain, reading, and golf.
With their busy schedules it is hard to find
a moment when the Directors of Men's and
Women's Housing have a chance to get together
because they are involved in so many facets of
campus life. When he's not assisting the basket-
ball team or directing the intramural sports
program, Jim Owen likes to play tennis and
listen to music. Although this is Kathleen Gan-
ey's first year here, she is already active in ad-
vising the Greeks, the campus and reUgious life
councils, the outdoors club, as well as assisting
Lew Gordon in counselling.
Women's R.A.'s— Cassandra Massengill, Judy Hunt, Shelly Dunham, Barb
Bessmer and Cathy Isiminger.
Men's R.A.'s— Steve Stratton, Rod Johnson, Greg Hightower, Paul Sykes and Scott Faith.
Getting information on some night students
is Associate Dean of Continuing Education
Marlene Howard. When not at work she enjoys
reading, church activities, and hiking.
Claire Carroll, Continuing Education Office
Manager, sings in a choral group and enjoys
spending time at home with her family.
Attending the theater and ballet are favor-
ite activities of Director of Non-Credit Courses
Cooking and entertaining are fun for Bar-
bara Beebe, Continuing Education Secretary.
Assistant Dean of Education Bill Gates is
an avid runner, completing a 10,000 meter wor-
When she's not working as Secretary to the
Director of Annual Giving, Mary Ellen Warrick
enjoys sailing, cooking, needlework, and mak-
ing stained glass windows.
As Secretary to the Directors of Alumni and
Public Relations, Betty Weiland keeps busy
typing, but she finds time to play tennis, walk,
and travel after work.
After seeing Alumni Director Polly Perry
behind her desk, you would never guess that she
has lived in Brazil for eight years, speaks fluent
Portuguese, is a licensed glider pilot and is a
real estate agent. She also plays tennis.
Outside his duties as Vice President for De-
velopment, William Pippin Jr. likes college
football, model railroads and Welsh music.
After taking on the duties of Director of
Public Relations, Ann McGinn still finds time
to pursue her outside interests of photography,
cooking, fictional writing and camping.
Sheryl Manley is the new Director of Annual
Giving. When she is not organizing a fund drive
or other projects she enjoys playing tennis and
collecting original art.
Development Administrative Assistant
Margaret Del Campo likes to golf, knit and read
in her free time.
Sewing and raising two sons keeps Charlie
Morrow, secretary of the Dean of the Faculty
Church activities and reading are fun for
Prudy Hughes, Secretary of the faculty.
Reading and sleeping late are favorite ac-
tivities of Carrie Lee Hall, Associate Registrar.
Hilda Nix, Associate Registrar enjoys taking
care of her grandson and painting.
Thomas Chandler, Jr. Michael Petty, Fran
Flowers, Ron Few and George Stewart are the
dedicated library staff who stay up late hours so
students can use the facilities. We appreciate
Photography and tinkering with cars are
outside activities of Anders Nilsen, Assistant
Director of Financial Aid.
Julie Weyer, Assistant to the Director of Fi-
nancial Aid enjoys cooking and seeing movies.
Director of Financial Aid Fred Carter gets
plenty of exercise running and swimming so he
can enjoy his other hobby: cooking.
Dr. Linda Taylor, Associate Professor of
English, spends lots of time with her son David. ^
She also enjoys writing, cooking, and singing.
When not teaching English and Accounting,
Dr. Barbara Clark, Professor of English, enjoys
Dr. William Brightman, Associate Profes-
sor of English, gained a new perspective into the
books he discusses in class during his trip to
England during his recent sabbatica
The Medieval Period is a fascinating area of
study for Dr. Victoria Weiss, Associate Profes-
sor of English.
Riding his bike to campus from his house
nearby is good exercise for Professor of English,
Dr. Robert Fusillo. He also enjoys collecting art
objects and traveling.
Dr. Phillip Neujahr, Professor of Philos-
ophy, swims and plays tennis in his free time.
Besides giving individual instructions and
teaching music appreciation, Assistant Profes-
sor of Music James Bohart enjoys woodworli-
ing, tennis, and model trains.
Grabbing a quick bite of lunch is Dr. Ken
Nishimura,Professor of Philosophy. When he
has a bit more time he enjoys traveling and art
New to the staff this year is Assistant Profes-
sor of Spanish, Luis Pefia. Although his shelves
are somewhat bare, his knowledge of Spanish is
When he finishes correcting term papers Leo
Bilancio, Professor of History, looks forward to
traveling, gardening, playing tennis, and being
with his family.
When not talking to students and teaching
Philip Palmer, Professor of Political Studies,
enjoys playing golf and traveling.
Playing tennis and running are the favorite
pass times of Dr. David Thomas, Professor of
New to the faculty this year is Dr. John
Orme, Assistant Professor of Political Studies.
He played the violin for the Night of the Arts
this fall and also enjoys basketball and running.
Business and Economics
Dr. John Tully , Professor of Business Admin-
istration spends his spare time in Ponte Vedra,
Shown here at the Halloween Dance with his
wife, Lin, Assistant Professor of Economics Dr.
Bruce Hetherington participates actively in
Computers, Cars and Airplanes are Associ-
ate Professor of Business Administration, Dr.
Charlton Jones' favorite toys.
Dr. G. Malcolm Amerson, The James Ed-
ward Oglethorpe Professor of Biology, seems to
be contemplating his next hunting trip. He is
also a family man who volunteers his time to
support his children's activities and he enjoys
watching them play sports.
Caring for plants is one of Associate Profes-
sor of Biology Dr. Daniel Schadler's favorite
activities. He puts his expertise to use by gar-
dening, and raising and showing chrysanthe-
Professor of Biology, Dr. Philip Zinsmeis-
ter, smiles as he gets a snack in Goslin's lounge
because with his active life of playing tennis,
hiking and camping he doesn't have to worry
about putting on any unwanted pounds.
After working math problems all day, Dr.
David Mosher, Professor of Mathematics, likes
to go running or play tennis. He also enjoys
skiing and white water rafting.
Besides his interest in Calculus, Dr. Joseph
Faydn, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, en-
If George Wheeler, Professor Emeritus of
Physics, is not sitting behind his desk he can
usually be found behind the wheel of one of his
rare sports cars which he likes to drive and
When he is not in front of a class explaining
a physics or calculus problem, Dr. Michael
Rulison, Assistant Professor of Physics, likes to
play golf, snow ski, and go camping in the North
Explaining a physics problem to a student
after class is Dr. John Cramer, Associate Pro-
fessor of Physics. Aside from teaching this out-
doorsman likes camping, hunting, fishing and
Dr. Monte Wolf, Associate Professor of
Chemistry, enjoys being outdoors especially
when he is snow skiing and playing with his dog,
Ralph, or his bunny, Killer.
Newly married this fall. Dr. Keith Aufder-
heide. Assistant Professor of Chemistry, enjoys
spending time with his bride, Sandra Lynch,
Dressed in coat and tie and sporting a new
beard, Assistant Professor of Sociology Dr.
Brad Stone shares some good news with stu-
dents. Outside school he enjoys playing his gui-
tar and making pen and ink drawings.
After commuting to Mercer in Macon last
year, Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr.
Nancy Kerr finds the shorter drive to Ogleth-
orpe a welcome change. It also gives her a little
more time to do research on mental imagery,
play bridge, and swim.
Relaxing in the new furnishings of Hearst
Hall is Dr. Martha Vardeman Professor of Soci-
ology. She enjoys her family, church and com-
munity activities, cross stitching, waterskiing,
traveling and family reunions.
Filming a movie written by a former Ogleth-
orpe student and making home improvements
has kept Assistant Professor of Psychology Dr.
Robert Moffie busy when he's not teaching.
Besides teaching, Dr. Lavon Talley Profes-
sor of Education enjoys golfing, reading, travel-
ing and church activities.
Dr. John Stevens, Professor of Education
likes to spend time with his Apple computers,
and taking pictures.
Accompanying performers on the piano at
the Night of the Arts kept Associate Professor
of Education Dr. Ann Wheeler busy for a while,
but she also finds time to read and play tennis.
while traveling Dr. Louise Valine Professor
of Education likes to collect souvenir and an-
tique spoons. Her other interests include nee-
dlework and playing tennis with her husband.
An all round athlete, Assistant Basketball
Coach Tom Seitz also plays tennis and softball.
Director of Athletics Jack Berkshire fin
ishes some paperwork before heading onto the
basketball court to coach the O.U. team. After
work he enjoys being with his family, playing
tennis, and reading.
Besides assisting the basketball team, Jim
Owen also directs the intramural sports pro-
Promoting the soccer program through his
work in the admissions office has helped Coach
Bucky Reynolds develop a strong soccer team.
Medra Ashmore combines her interests in
sports and working with people by coaching the
women's tennis and volleyball teams at O.U.
and teaching Physical Education at St. Anth-
ony's in Atlanta.
After hurting his back last spring. Tennis
Coach Matt Schuster has had to cut back on his
playing and is now taking several courses at
Back: Bud Payne, Jim Head, Howard Parker,
Charles Penley. Jessie Walters, Donny Taylor,
Eddie Anglin. Middle: Johnny Hood, Lorenzo
Bell, Brenda Boyd, Thelma Smith, Lillian Law-
son, Christine Smith, Shirley Veal. Front:
Donny Wright, William Cooper, Robert Jen-
nings, Thomas Kagler.
Patrolling the campus in his car is one way
Security Guard Mike Robinson keeps the cam-
pus safe for students. He recently moved here
from Alabama with his new bride.
Checking out a suspicious looking charac-
ter. Security Guard Harold Johnson helps pro-
tect the campus from unwanted guests and van-
dalism. While off duty he likes to spend his time
on his farm raising dogs and restoring old cars.
Oglethorpe graduate Michelle Lend now
serves as assistant to the director of Food Ser-
Jim Chance, Director of Food Service, likes
jazz music and concerts, as well as jogging and
The Epicure Cafeteria staff: Dino Ramirez, Wallace Thomas, Bonnie Terrell, Rena Jackson, Rose Ezzard, John Nolton, Rose
Childs deserves a big "Thank You" from O.U. students.
Paul D. Brown
sidents Anne Kohl, Catherine Isiminger, Charlotte Christian, and Meg Weiland take a break
in Goodman lounge.
Laura Fowler ^
Yoda enjoys the Halloween Dance with escort Joe
Ana Maria Macridi
-- "What can we do for this picture?" Joanie Kelley asks
"I know! Let's do something truly dignified and mature (in the Oglethorpe
Maureen White waits enthusiastically for class to
Laura Anne Riley
Relaxing at the newly remodeled SAE house, Kelly Marshall, Todd Wille, and Jim
Mitchell take a break from their studies.
Laura Anne Riley and Cindy Larbig sign in to the
dormitory for the last time. li
Julie B. Wilson
Pam Adams f
Irma Alvarez ||^
Charis Andrews ■
Getting away from the strenu-
ous physics lab, two science ma-
jors Bill Sharpe and Laura Lucio
relieve the tension by sharing a
Scott Boynton ^
II Murray Brinson
With the innumerable tests and other assignments, students found themselves studying all over campus.
The snack shop at the front of the new bookstore was a popular place for off and on campus students such as (1
to r) Glen Dubrowsky, Jim Smith, and Joe Lacefield to accomplish their tasks.
Dean De Cencio
Fred De Loach
John De Lorenzo
Joe Del Rocini
Determining the percentage
of nickel in a solution was one of
the experiments that Dr. Aufder-
heide's Quantative analysis stu-
dents worked on. Dan Duncanson
was careful to be accurate and
precise while working on the ex-
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In preparing publicity flyers for the Ogleth-
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the Hearst facilities are available.
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Terri Eugenia Abernathy 136
Pamela Lynn Adams 45, 136
Kurt Alexander 35, 68, 136
Shelly Alford 35, 136
Dewitt Clinton Alfred 25, 126
Charles L. Allen 34, 126
Irma Alvarez 33, 136
Mauricio Amaya 25, 91
Betty Amerson 100
Malcolm Amerson 42, 48, 117
Charis Andrews 136
Andy Applebaum 68, 136
Francisco Aristizabal 136
Feyi Arpaciogly 136
Nancy Arnold 56, 136
Asdrubal Arvelo 67, 136
Medra Ashmore 64, 77, 123
Jill Ashton 136, 161
Omid Atlassi 136
Keith Aufderheide 42, 48, 119
Jay Azriel 29, 46, 56, 126
Kenton Baggs 45, 50, 70, 136, 158
Jessica Bagley 26, 52, 136
Donna Baker 47, 136
Wendy Baker 50, 136
Mary Ball 136
Marshall Wellborn Balkcom 126
Susan Bamford 23, 34, 56, 136, 187
Cheryl Barkalow 136
Suzanne Bartholomae 25, 51, 87,
Tim Bates 17, 18, 43, 45, 52, 53, 137
Georgia Bateson 137
Jill Bawer 46
Ilene Baylin 137
Ralph Beard 14, 137
Barbara Beebe 107
Sari Behar 137
Mark Bell 126
Brenda Benaroch 137
Karen Bender 101
Meredith Bene 137
Bruce Benton 30, 73, 74, 137
Jack Berkshire 122
John Marvin Berkshire 70, 126, 168
Joanne Bertone 69, 137
Barb Bessmer 4, 18, 22, 38, 46, 55,
Leo Bilancio 114
Kaylen Biggins 55, 137
Lauren Bishop 138
Robin Bishop 56, 138, 187
Cindy Bjurmark 17, 27, 29, 51, 54,
Mark Blankenship 138
Ashley Bloodworth 138
Rob Boggus 5, 24, 54, 63, 67, 79, 87,
Edwin Joseph Bohac Jr. 23, 38, 42,
James Bohart 113
Chris Bolden 66, 69, 138
Bonnie Boles 138
Alonso Borrero 36, 138
Helen Bourne 29, 46, 54, 138
Scott Boynton 74, 138
Kevin Bradley 30, 42, 71, 139
Patsy Bradley 105
Eugene Brasher 54, 104
Une Bratberg 15, 23, 25, 54, 64, 139,
Deborah Lynn Brian 126
William Brightman 43, 45, 112
Linda Jean Brimm 28, 126
Murray Brinson 66, 139
Stacey Bronstein 48, 56, 139, 187
Terry Brooks 17, 27, 29, 30, 56, 139
Bernice Brown 139
Guynelle Brown 17, 26, 27, 71, 139,
Maxeen Brown 139
Paul D. Brown 18, 28, 55, 127
Robert Brown 2, 66, 69, 70, 139
Sheryl Brown 139
Alex Brummette 77, 139
Debbie Bryan 30, 47, 166
Mark Davis Bryant 23, 29, 47
Sue Goddard Bryant 127
William Harold Bryant 79, 169
Linda Bucki 55, 100
Alicia BuUard 33, 139
Lenni Bunin 139
Henry Bunnell 13, 27, 54, 55, 69, 71,
Chitrada Burapachaisri 139
Michael Brian Burnett 127
Carol Bussard 101
Renee Byland 32, 48, 80, 88, 139
Felix Cabrera 139
Li-Sheng Cai 139
Marohn Callins 73, 74, 139
Deborah Carey 33, 37, 139
Jeanne Carolan 140
Claire Carroll 107
Chris Carter 47, 78, 140
Fred Carter 55, 111
Ricardo Carvalho 16, 86, 140
Chris Cassidy 140
Cathy Castagna 23, 140
Roberta Cavanaugh 140
Steve Cersosimo 140
Tammy Chaffin 140
Jim Chance 19, 124, 172
Thomas Chandler 110
Mike Cheek 63, 67, 140
Ellen Cheung 140
Margaret Chin 140
Casey Chosewood 21, 29, 50, 54, 56,
Charlotte Christian 32, 127, 140
Barbara Clark 45, 112
Tom Clements 71, 77, 140
Kelly R. Cleveland 140
Cindy Cobbaert 140
Heidi Cochrane 140
Juhe Conley 82, 100
Catherine Conrad 45, 140
Dagney Copeland 64, 69, 140
Bill Cottone 31, 34, 140
Teresa Courtoy 141
John Cramer 119
Cecily Anne Crandall 127
Sam Cranley 34, 89
Nick Crooks 71, 141
Trina Crowder 29, 54, 55, 141, 164
John Curtis Crowe 21, 38, 50, 54, 55,
Antonio Dahl 141
Joey Damiano 141
Donald Davie 141
Melanie Denis Davison 127
Dean DeCencio 63, 67, 141
Margaret Del Campo 109
Joseph DeFranks 55
Fred De Loach 141
John De Lorenzo 141
PhiUip Deal 29, 50, 54, 55, 56, 141,
145, 168, 186
Pat Dean 34, 141
Joe Del Rocini 36, 88, 141
Arturo Del Villar 127
Dominic Desantis 142
Chrissy Di Benedetto 57, 90, 142
George Dippel 34, 69, 142
Eric Drick 24, 35, 68, 78, 79, 142
Diane Dubay 17, 20, 46, 50, 54, 56,
64, 65, 71, 83, 142, 186
Doug Dubay 17, 18, 22, 27, 29, 38,
54, 71, 78, 79, 85, 142, 170
Glen Dubrowsky 31, 35, 141
Carol Duffy 105
Daniel Duncanson 21, 38, 40, 41, 42,
48, 51, 52, 55, 58, 69, 70, 142, 170
Michele Rae Dunham 22, 24, 38, 41,
47, 56, 80, 106, 127
Carlos Duque-Estrada 142
Barry Fred Dwork 25, 128
Martha Eastlack 20, 23, 27, 48, 54,
56, 82, 85, 142, 173, 186
Bob Edwards 142
Rodger Eidson 74, 142
Scott Einbinder 143
Sheri Eleswich 47, 143
Keith Elrod 143
Chris Erckert 27, 29, 47, 143, 166
Dr. William Erikson 105
Joe Exum 46, 70, 128
Eyo Eyo 91, 168
Joseph Fadyn 42, 118
Viana Faile 32
Elaine Fain 143
Neil Fain 47
Daniel Scott Faith 18, 30, 38, 41, 42,
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Lisa Falkowski 56, 143, 166
Alan Fann 143
Michael Fanning 143
Mark Fairing 36, 68, 143
John Ferrey 100
Anne Findling 41, 128
Rich Fischer 24, 51, 74, 143
Michael Fite 143
Fran Flowers 28
Jay Floyd 22, 38, 41, 42, 143, 166
Dean C. Foreman 52, 53, 66, 67, 71,
86, 128, 177
Laura Kay Fowler 128
Elena Franco 54, 143
Larry Frank 20, 24, 30, 48, 56, 69, 86,
143, 171, 187
Charlotte Fransson 26, 54, 56, 143,
Jason Freeman 143
Charlotta Friday 143
Reginald Frye 30, 58, 143
Michelle Paige Fryer 38, 41, 45, 77,
Neil Frain-Fuller 104, 143
Robert Fusillo 112
Brad Gadberry 22, 40, 41, 43, 45, 54,
Leticia Galan 66, 69, 144
Gale Gallager 144
Mike Galyean 63, 67, 85, 96, 144, 164
Carol Gamble 103
Jerry Garcia 68
Courtney Gardener 32
Christine Garrido 144
Eric Garvey 62, 63, 67, 144
Bill Gates 106, 107, 144
Mike Gates 31, 34, 69
Catherine Gay 36, 144
Michelle Gazes 33, 144
John Gazitua 34, 69, 89
Howard Gelb 144
David Mark Gerhardt 5, 24, 61, 63,
Noah Gershon 70, 144
Becky Gess 18, 30, 55, 144
Ray Gibson 144
Christine Gilmore 46, 144
Vic Giusto 144, 68
Michael William Goetke 48, 55, 70,
80, 82, 128
Kevin Michael Goff 128
Sandra Goldberg 34, 56, 144
Eileen Gomez 45, 144
Len Gordon 40, 41, 105
Elain Gorman 101
Kenny Gould 24, 70, 77, 144, 161
Linda H. Graff 128
Jessica Lynn Graham 129
Bud Granger 34, 144
Dylon Maurice Grant 12, 26, 126,
Gabriel Grasso 44, 55, 69, 144
Ellen Gray 12, 21, 22, 36, 43, 52, 54,
55, 130, 144, 170 .
Jay William Greaves 50
John Green 145
Sheila Green 145
Winston Green 145
Wayne Gregory 69, 70, 145
Len Griffin 145
Ralph Gunn 145
Walter Gunn 20, 50, 63, 145
Terri Guth 103
Bryan Hahn 36, 68, 145
Carrie Lee Hall 110
Derrick Hall 23, 145
Kevin Hall 23, 28, 45, 47, 54, 55, 86,
Laura Hallowes 145
Naomi Hamby 2, 56, 145
Nina Hamond 42, 47, 145
Thair Hanaway 36, 145
Scott B. Haney 56, 129, 133, 166, 187
Richard Hans 63, 68, 146
Foster Harbin 60, 63, 67, 71, 86, 146
Cile Hardwick 33, 146
Terri Harris 146
John Harrison 63, 146
Randy Kaye Heath 129
Michiel Jozef Heijmeijer 129
Melissa Henderson 146
Sonja Henry 69, 146
Larry Henson 56, 146, 186
Tomas Hernandez 66, 69, 146
Georgia Herring 36, 85
Bruce Hetherington 116
Linda Hetherington 15, 54, 116
Kelli Hiett 15, 17, 31, 32, 71, 146
Heather Higginbotham 146
Greg Hightower 67, 78, 106, 147
Susan Hilger 30, 147
Gwenn Hillman 147
Tomonari Himeno 147
Ralph Hodge 147
Paul Hudson 164
Carl Hodges 99
Amy Hoffland 147
David Holcomb 69, 147
Sonja Holcombe 147
Carolina Holmes 147
Amanda Margarrita Hough 129
Marlene Howard 107
Kim Hudgens 32, 147
Prudy Hughes 110
Kim Hunnicutt 42, 54
Judith Anne Hunt 17, 18, 39, 40, 41,
52, 56, 57, 84, 106, 129, 170, 186
Sara Hunter 32
David Hwang 56, 147
Niklas Indola 36, 147
Marcus Ingram 147
Brad Isaacson 70, 147
Eilam Isaak 63, 67
Catherine Sue Isiminger 4, 31, 32,
71, 106, 127, 129
Terri Israel 147
Ken Jackson 46, 147
Chris Jaquette 35, 68
Joanne Jarosz 147
John Jarrard 4, 56, 162
Jonathon Jay 103
Pascal Jean Jean 164
Marsha Jensen 129, 132
Harold Johnson 124
Juliet Johnson 37
Rod Johnson 14, 23, 106
Carol Johnston 46, 105
Carlton Jones 116
Chris Jonsson 147
Virginia Joson 148
Catherine Joye 148
Mike Justice 12, 148
Darrell John Kaeding 20, 47, 96, 129
Stewart Keller 20, 42, 58, 148, 164
Joan Frances Kelley 4, 39, 52, 55, 84,
Gwendolyn Kendrick 45, 148
Nancy Kerr 47, 120
Brien Key 115
Steve Kim 67, 148
Lil Klein 15, 33, 64, 65, 77, 96, 148
John Kleinsteuber 148
Mark Knautz 20, 63, 67, 148
John Knott 99
Ray Koepsell 148
Anne Kohl 29, 56, 127, 148
Suzy Komin 27, 51, 148
John Knott 23
Ronald Kraynick 71, 148
James Kuchinski 69, 148
Carl Kumpf 35
John Kunz 148
Yoshiaki Kurokawa 148
Joe Lacefield 141, 148
Laura Laframboise 29, 56, 148
Robert Laing 148
Todd Lane 77, 148
Carol Lanier 82, 149 '
Barbee Lansdell 149
Cynthia M. Larbig 39, 41, 130, 135
Lisa Latimer 149
Rhett Laurens 149
Irene Lavita 29, 47, 149
Philip F. Law 67, 70, 77, 130
William Lawton 74, 149
Jill Le Febvre 52, 78, 87, 149
Laurie Lee 149, 162
Sung Suk Lee 67, 149
Michelle Lend 124
Tony Lentini 149
Tish Ann Lenzer 130
Cheryl Lerner 149
Dawn Letourneau 96, 149
Jackie Liberman 31, 33, 150
Barry Lichtenstein 45, 150, 171
Ross Lipman 31, 36, 68, 85, 150
Hsiao-Yun Liu 150
Fred Long 63, 69, 150
Sultan Lootah 67, 80, 150
Beatriz Lopez 150
Nathaniel Lowe 150
Ray Lucas 17, 18, 36, 49, 54, 150
Laura Lucio 22, 137, 150
Rusty Mabrey 18, 150, 176
Eligin MacConnell 98
Robert Alfred MacMillan 45, 130
Ana Maria Macridi 130
Ed Madonna 36, 47, 68, 89, 150, 177
Veronica Maldonado 77, 150
Sheryl Manley 109
Grady Manus 150
Yvonne Mapp 46, 130
Jim Marks 35, 68, 151
Julie Marlowe 64
Janice Marshall 29, 45, 46, 151, 176
Kelly Marshall 24, 33, 36, 130, 133
James Martens 30, 63, 131, 157
Leslie Martin 32, 48, 151
Natalia Martin-Leyes 25, 151
I^Geralyn Martucci 34, 151
%eretha Masdon 4, 22, 39, 41, 43, 45,
52, 58, 84, 130
Cassandra Massengill 48, 54, 55, 57,
John Mastroianni 20, 68, 151
Manuel Matos 36, 151
Dennis Matthews 102
Amaya Mauricio 151
Martha McCardel 45, 151
William C. McClure 131
David McCollam 151
Mike McCracken 43, 52, 151
Sue McCue 20, 46, 56, 82, 151, 162
Stacy McDonald 36, 45, 151
|J.C. McElroy 35, 68, 151
Ann McGinn 55, 109
Anna McGuffy 151
Marcia McGuigan 45
Amy Mcllveen 66, 71, 151
Drew McNally 34, 151
Kim McNutt 50, 51, 151, 164
Eric Mehnert 27, 29, 47, 151, 164
Hassan Mehsen 12, 69, 152
Marilyn Merrifield 100, 152
Mary Messina 5, 30, 64, 69, 152
Margaret Meyer 30, 47, 52, 152, 166
Melanie Miles 56, 152
Andrew Miller 131, 152
Robert Miller 79
Lisa Millman 152
James Q. Mitchell 36, 131, 133
Robert Moffie 47, 120
Donna B. Monroe 28, 43, 52, 131
Michael Moon 74, 152
Beau Moore 68
Debney Moore 50, 152, 166
Chip Moore 131
Gloria Moore 100
Jeri Moore 131
Scott Mordue 34, 152
Kimberly Ann Morrison 30, 132
Charlie Morrow 110
David Mosher 118
Cecilia Mullings 50, 69, 152, 164
Yasunao Murata 67, 152
Dave Murdico 152
Eileen Murphy 36, 51, 56, 152, 187
Tony Murphy 34, 37, 62, 63
Marc Naef 35, 68, 152
Andrew Nash 35
Marshall Nason 18, 21, 23, 25, 27,
Susan Nelson 152
Tom Nesbitt 46, 152, 166
Donna Nesmith 32, 80, 152
Phil Neujahr 113
Kimberly Nicholson 55, 152
Anders Nilsen 111
Ken Nishimura 113
Betty Nissley 104
Kun No 63, 67, 152
Daniel Noble 20, 26, 50, 56, 153
Patricia Nolan 153
Teresa Norton 13, 153
Carolyn Nowell 46, 51, 153
Jervett Nunn 28, 54, 57, 153
James E. Nutt 31, 34, 132
Jimmy Nye 34, 153
Carol O'Conor 153
Bonnie O'Harrow 47, 79, 153
Anne O'Neal 153
Carlton Odom 153
Joseph Oesterle 36, 71, 153
Kazuhiko Okubo 153
Francisco Olazabal 153
Heidi Olson 153
Pippa Orenstein 153
John Orme 115
Jim Owen 55, 67, 70, 106, 122
Armagan Ozgorkey 67
Cemal Ozgorkey 25, 67
Terasa Page 80, 153
Phil Palmer 114
Carmen Papp 153
Maria A. Papp 132
Deirdre Parker 153
Howard Parker 124
Joseph Parsons 153
Manning M. Pattillo, Jr. 15, 41, 55,
98, 171, 172
Bud Payne 123
Michael Pedone 34, 153
Diane C. Peer 132
Luis Pene 113
Andrea Pendergraph 154
Byrd Perkerson 21, 107
Mary Ellen Perkins 80, 103
Jennifer Perry 74, 154
Lewis Perry 154
Polly Perry 108
Terri Peters 52, 154
Jeffrey Petree 34, 52, 54, 154, 164
Troyce Petrucelli 173
Sharon Petti 52, 154
Joseph Keith Pettigrew 132
Adam Petty 2, 56, 60, 63, 154
Tony Petty 154
Susan Pilger 154
Caroline Elizabeth Pinholster
Michelle Pitts 32, 70, 154
Karen Poe 154
Bob Porter 55, 56, 154
Robin Porter 34, 54, 154
Bill Porter 2, 50, 54, 56, 154, 168,
William Portnoy 45
Tammy Prance 154
Aileen Pratt 31, 33, 154
Glenn Prescott 43, 52, 132
Jeff Provissiero 71, 155
Andy Provost 36, 68, 74, 155
Claudia Puccio 32, 155
Linda Puglisi 13, 33, 34, 64, 65, 71,
Julie Quickmire 20, 24, 32, 155
Patrick Ragan 20, 61, 67, 155, 164
Laura Rankin 23, 146, 155
Carolyn Rapp 31, 33, 155
Mick Rathjens 22, 51, 52, 69, 88, 155,
Jon Rawls 31, 34, 155
Tim Ray 34, 69, 155
Kim Reid 155
Misty Reid 80
Penni Reid 50, 155
Craig Reinheimer 55, 133
Sandra Reyes 155
Bucky Reynolds 63, 102, 123
Adrina Richards 101
Laura Anne Riley 4, 20, 45, 47, 52,
55, 83, 133, 135
Vincent Ringer 155
Elaine Riordan 155
Ruth Ritch 57, 90, 155
Amy Ritchason 96, 155
Terri Roach 28
Wade Roach 155
Mario Roberson 22
Kathie Roberts 33, 155
Annie Z. Robinson 28, 133
Mike Robinson 124
Leticia Rodriguez 54, 156, 168
Doris Rojas 156
Larry Rollins 29, 47, 50, 54, 55, 156
Robin Rose 23, 39, 43, 47, 52, 57,
Sherry Rosen 55, 156
Susan Rosenthal 45
Staci Rothman 156
Donna Rothstein 45, 156
Maureen Rowe 21, 29, 50, 51, 54, 56,
Michael Rulison 119
Marlene Rudy 2, 30, 32, 71, 156
Anjie Rupe 69
Frank Russo-Alesi 71
Ruth Ryan 17, 22, 27, 30, 51, 88, 156,
Gina Marie Sacer 17, 50, 54, 133, 168
John Salamone 63, 67, 70, 156
Paula Salter 156
Guy Samuel 69, 156
David Sanders 42, 133
Luann Sands 156
Tsuneo Sato 156
Daniel Schadler 13, 42, 48, 117
John Schattenfield 156
Cathy Schattenfield 69
Jill Schimmack 46, 156
Gretchen Schmidt 156
Doug Schmitt 20, 45, 63, 67, 156
Helen Schofield 102
Milene Schott 30, 133
Philip Schultz 65, 157
Matthew Schuster 74, 123
Richard Schwartz 157
Davis S. Scoles 134
Laura Scott 157
Selena Scott 16, 33, 157
Sharon A. Scott 134
Tom Seitz 70, 122
Neil Seiwell 68, 151
Lise Shade 24, 32, 57, 80, 90, 157
Barbara Shadomy 138, 157
Ritesh Shah 157
Julia Sharman 157
Bill Sharpe 4, 30, 70, 137, 157, 158
Carol Sheehy 28, 157
John M. Shelnutt 24, 72, 73, 74, 134
Patricia Shelton 157
Veronica Sherard 31, 32, 57, 70, 74,
80, 90, 157
Bill Sherwood 74, 157
William Shropshire 15, 116
Jennifer Sierra 25
Barry Sievers 157
Scott Silvis 157
Jill Andrea Sims 32, 39, 71, 134
Bret Sleight 158
Eric Smith 58, 61, 63, 67, 68, 87,' 158,
Jim Smith 35, 49, 68, 141,
Randy Smith 55, 102
Thomas K. Smith 63, 67, 96, 134
Liz Solomillo 79
Scott Soloway 25, 31, 36, 46, 158
Jennie Soria 64, 158
Kari Spangler 158
Jonathan Spanier 34, 158
Bob Stanners 70, 71
Stephanie Staples 39, 41, 54, 55, 134
Greg Steele 68, 158
Michael Steele 34, 96, 149, 158, 166
Cathy Steiner 33, 158
Karen Steinhauer 158
John Stevens 121
Donna Still 56, 158
Brad Stone 21, 47, 120
Steven Stratton 43, 52, 53, 71, 106,
Susan Street 158
Kimberly Barrett Strickland 45, 134
Robert Strozier 47, 159
Melisa Sunay 134
Paul Eric Swanson 134
Paul W. Sykes 30, 39, 40, 41, 48, 69,
80, 106, 134, 166
Lavon T. Talley 121
Linda Taylor 21, 45, 112
Elli Terzidis 23, 39, 42, 135
John A. Thames 17, 21, 23, 98
David N. Thomas 115
Maurice Thomas 74
Jerrie Thompson 47, 159
Joan Thull 159
Michael Tieplinsky 36, 159
Mike Tilghman 159
Dale Tobias 159
Maria Tovar 64, 65, 67
Dan Treas 159, 168
Laura Trittin 47, 159
David C. Tucker 55
John E. Tully 116, 176
Margaret Turcotte 159
Ken Turner 74
Yvonne Turner 159
Jim Tuten 27, 85, 159
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Louise Valine 45, 121
Jay Vanderhorst 24, 39, 73, 74, 134,
John Van Riet 25
Martha Vardeman 47, 120
Victor Vasquez 159
Susan Vernon 159
Jamie Vidal 159
Erik Vlietman 36, 159
Randy Wade 159
Christy Wagner 159
Hans Walden 159
Hope Waldman 31, 33, 36, 85, 159
George Waldner 41, 99
Deda Walker 159
Richard Wallace 63, 64, 160
Kris Walsh 32, 71, 160
Melissa Ward 36, 58, 160
Mary Ellen Warrick 108
Bryan Weaver 160
Kim Webb 160
Betty Weiland 108, 135
Meg Weiland 29, 56, 127
Andy Weiller 160
Victoria Weiss 43, 44, 52, 112
Rick Welch 2, 63, 66, 160, 169
Trish Welch 66, 69, 160
Marie Wesley 160
Julie Weyer 111
Maureen Whalen 29, 160
Ann M. Wheeler 31, 121
George Wheeler 42, 44, 118
Catherine White 33, 160
Demetra White 160
Maureen Leigh White 132, 135
Mark Wiggins 160
Sharen Wilcox 77, 160
Todd Wille 36, 68, 133, 135
Jeff Williams 71
Richard Williams 70, 160
Marie Williams 82, 101
Todd Williams 160
Theresa Dawn Willson 57, 135
Angela Wilson 30, 56, 160, 186
Hope Wilson 160, 167, 191
Martha Julie Burnett Wilson 135
Scott Wilson 160
John Winecker 20, 71, 87, 160
Chuck Wingo 101
Mary Winscott 46, 161, 166
Monte Wolf 42, 50, 119
Debra Ann Wolfe 135
Charles Wolff 42, 48, 161
Jacquelyn Woodard 161
Donald Wuerz 20, 26, 57, 154, 161
Mike Wyrwa 35, 68, 161
Kazumi Yamada 135
Mernani Yamasata 86
Amy Young 161
Zurina Zainal 161
Phil P. Zinsmeister 42, 117
Scott Zgraggen 23, 30, 48, 51, 69, 8C
Cover Design: Charlotte Frannson
Title page photo: Craig Reinheimer
Division page design: Bill Porter
Photographers: Scott Haney, Larry
Henson, Robin Bishop, Terry Brooks, Ann
McGinn, David Tucker, Une Bratberg,
Marty Eastlack, and Jay Azriel.
Typists: Phil Deal, and Eileen Murphy.
A Special Thanks goes to:
Scott for his endless hours of picture taking
and darkroom work.
Judy, my Assistant Editor, who did a great
job on the opening, closing, and highlights
sections as well as helping in many other
Marty, for the long hours she put in to pro-
duce a top quality sports section.
Angela, for staying after finals in order to
finish the faculty section, for helping with
the Miss Yamacraw Pageant, and drawing
layouts for the ads and closing section.
Stacey, for putting out the largest section
in the book in time for her deadlines.
Sue, for sticking with it and finishing her
section after an attack of appendicitis.
Lisa and Tim for taking care of the survival
kits and the index.
Naomi, for her willingness to help out
wherever and whenever we needed her.
Sue McCue for all her help with the Miss
Art Williams, our Herff Jones Yearbook
My Mother, Father, and brother Doug
for their support and help in typing, proof-
reading, and drawing layouts, and for the
transportation to the post office on Satur-
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